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4 The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder. July 15, 1976 CLEARANCE July Summer Sale "" 25 % oFF "'" S. S. NUMBER SHIRTS S. S. KNIT SHIRTS Mrs ON THESE ITEMS m's CUT OFF SHORTS TANK TOPS TANK TOPS MEN'S MEN'S MEN'S S. S. NUMBER SHIRTS illimnmilllUmmi| BERMUDAS LAD,. 25% LADLES SUMMER DRESSES OFF SLEEVELESS BLOUSES LARGE SIZES LADIES LADIES OH THESE LADLES ITEMS LADIES SANDALS SHORTS WHITE PURSES LADLES LADLES LADLES TANK TOPS AND HALTERS BATHING SUITS SUMMER SKIRTS 1 GROUP OF LADLES SUMMER SLACKS CHILDREN'S SANDALS 1 LOT GIRL'S TOPS iiIilllliili 25%0FF ON THESE ITEMS GIRL'S BATHING SUITS GIRL'S SHORTS 1 GROUP CHILDREN'S SUMMER SLACKS GIRL'S SUMMER DRESSES AND PANTSUITS all cotton REG  NOW $2.49 $1.99 LADIES SUMMER PANTSUITS 1 .. $1.59 Sand wins three games Sand Fork beat the Troy Pirates, 14-7 on June 29, at Troy. Winning pitcher, Danny Minney hit a home run for Sand Fork and Randy Peggs hit one in a losing effort for Troy. The Tanner Braves scored seven runs in the first inning last Tuesday evening and went on to defeat Normantown, 11-4, at Tanner. Malcolm Allison picked up the win over J. Martin. Terry Mounts hit a first inning grand slam home run for the winners. Tanner's B team won its third straight game by defeating Norman- town, 13-9. Terry Mounts struck out seven in picking up his first win of the In the "B" league game Tanner beat Troy 6-5. Steve Minor was the winning pitcher and hit a home run. On July 1, Sand Fork beat Normantown, 7-6. John Martin had a single, double and a home run for the losers. Paul Minney had three doubles for Sand Fork. Dan MJnney pitched a one-hitter as Sand fork defeated Normantown, 9-1, on July 10. A.J. Stewart hit a home run for Sand Fork. Losing pitcher ]. Martin had the only ht of the game for Normantown. In a game called because of darkness, the Sand Fork and Normantown B teams played to a 5-5 tie. Bow.line offered| The W Association IPi Department ; hunter safety a bow-hunti Sept. 1, 1976. l Mike B bow-hunter ed ted out that their. help archers c and improve  r 0( test," said BeN 18, The course ab hours of class outdoor instruCt up weekday nights ra Saturday for  I trl season. A, Martin hit a home run for Winning pitcher Gary Layne hit will depend upon! u Normantown. two home runs, one with the bases full, by the state's Troy rolled over the Tanner drove in seven runs and scored two Captain IIfl" Braves, 12-1, at Tanner on July 9: more to lead Glenville to an 16-6 win 'tor for the sta( Simmons, Cates and Somerville scored over Tarm r a urdav at C1Anvfll. . e St___. ............. I s safety prograi;- three runs a piece for Troy with Wesley Coliins also hit a home run for every state ,Jthe Somerville hitting a home run. Glenville. tf safety trainingS. Nearly one-thiL . = Wee all Plays In Nodh-South Game oooo traie ; safety progra r Doug Westfali Doug Westfall, of Grantsville, and a 1976 gradate of Caoun County High School, was one of 30 senior high athletes playing on the winning North squad of the 1976 Rhododendron North-South All Star Football Classic. The game was played Saturday night, July 3, at Laidley Field in Charleston with the North Bears winning 8-6. Both North and South squads spent two'weeks {June 20-July 3} prior' to the game at West Virginia State College, Institute, in training using the college facilities. 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ONE LOT Lawn Chairs Peg $12.95 now $8.88 Twin Sheets 20% off OALTONS  Glenville Et Grantsville Activities held for the athletes by their hosts, the Charleston Lions Club, were a pizza party, barbecue at Kanawha Country Club and a movie at a Charleston theatre. One afternoon was spent at a luncheon at the Daniel Boone Motel after which they visited the state capitol building and met informally with the governor. Doug's special host at the luncheon was Cecil Underwood. They also attended a Charleston Charlies baseball game. After the game each team member was presented with their game jersey as a memento of this bicentennial event. Doug's father Scottie, played for the North in the 1952 North-South game, but his team lost that year 19-18! Coach Wayne Underwood was head believe this boW' initiated and  h Virginia Arche and we encour$t lo ave participate." t k oah ,t " player on thisL father had pe North-South g .s. tL Young West0 of Mr. and Glenville. :I. . Two more incoming freshmen have decided to play football for the Glenville State College Pioneers. Head Football Coach Earl GLENVIL SU R Countr Cured Cigarettes $3.99 a C_denville Superette Adolfson announced that Larry Drew Waller, a 6 3 , 170 lb. quarterback, I from Fort Gay High School and Glenn I FORMICA LARGE SELE( Eversole, a 5' 9 , 195 lb. tackle, from CUSTOM FORMICA TOPS - Petersburg will be joining the squad I MARBLE TOPS - CORIAN BY this fall. i KITCHEN SINKS - ALL KINDS Waller was named Honorable Mention All-State and Eversole was I FAUCETS - DECORATIVE BRI( named to the Potomac Vetlley i 7 STYLES OF KITCHEN CABIN Conference s first team and Special Honorable Mention AA All-State. 9 SEE OUR KITCHEN DISF l FREE KITCHEN PLANNING - INST State golf course I directory available I " A newly-revised 1976 edition of the West Virginia Golfing brochure  MATHENyos KITC e supplies hand details about 77 public W::t e Virginia Department of Com- e lao oot o,e. .7. individual data such a. en... I yardage, thenumber of holes, pars and . II 111 II I clubhouse facilities. 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